Celebrity stylist Kim Appelt will join Women of Influence as Style Expert and Fashion Editor TORONTO, FEBRUARY 2017 – Women of Influence is excited to welcome celebrity stylist Kim Appelt as their first ever Style Expert and Fashion Editor. In her new role, Kim will be sharing her knowledge on work-meets-fashion topics — […]
Women of Influence today announced the finalists of the 2015 RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards program. A record breaking 5,000 women entrepreneurs from coast to coast were nominated for this year’s award, and 18 finalists have now been selected. These exceptional women were chosen for their accomplishments in industries as diverse as finance, technology, and staffing.
Canada’s leading not-for-profit organizations gain inspiration from powerful philanthropic effort resulting in individual gifts of $1 million or more to women’s advancement. On April 29th, Go Big, Be Bold: Learn How Women Are Moving Millions.
Shoppers Drug Mart is building a bigger, multi-channel marketing strategy with the help of new media partnerships and a new agency of record, Toronto-based John St. Shoppers is also expanding an existing sponsorship relationship with Women of Influence.
TORONTO – MARCH 9TH – In celebration of International Women’s Day, RBC and Women of Influence are announcing the call for nominations for the 2015 RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards!
For immediate release: Announcing the finalists of the 2014 RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards program. A record breaking 4,000 women entrepreneurs from coast to coast were nominated for this year’s awards, and 18 finalists have now been selected.
The fifth annual Future Women of Influence online auction has begun! It will run from October 20th to October 27th in support of G(irls)20, a powerful initiative that empowers girls and women to be agents of economic and social change.
“Today we have made important changes to our disclosure regime, which are expected to encourage greater representation by women on boards and in positions of senior management,” said Howard Wetston, Q.C., Chair and CEO of the Ontario Securities Commission.
We’re fresh off a long weekend, and we want you to maintain this relaxed and recharged pace. Going on vacations (and even recognizing when it’s time for one) WILL benefit your career. Carolyn Lawrence explains how in her latest blog for Huffington Post.
Women of Influence has completed its first of a three year program to explore the solutions to women’s professional advancement in a response to the slow growth of appointments to the Senior Executive and board levels in corporate North America.
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